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we are going make sure the truth is out. >> we will not rest until we find out what happened. >> tough words as officials look for answers behind the attack that killed 300 people on malaysia airlines. the new evidence that that plane was shot down by a surface to air missal. i'm larry beil in for dan ashley. >> i'm ama dates. the u.s. has begun building a case aimed at tieing pro-russian forces to the plane shot down over ukraine. in an interview chuck hagel says there is no question the russians will come out big losers in this. the russian embassy says russia has nothing to do with the incident. president obama has called for a cease-fire in the region. abc news reporter marcy gonzalez has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: bodies and belongings, gut wrecking -- gut wrenching wreckage spread miles across the ukraine. investigators have started their work, the grim task of
recovery, the determined mission to figure out who shot this plane down. u.s. officials saying they believe pro-russian separatists are to blame, blaming the same group that took down two ukrainian militarymilitary fired an anti-aircraft missal like this at flight 17. president obama adding the rebels aren't the only ones responsible. >> a group of separatists can't shoot down military transport planes or they claim shoot down the fighter jets. that is coming from russia. >> vladimir putin and rebels at the scene denying to.n tobility. communities across the globe, a cry for answers and justice for the 298 people who were killed. among them, one american, an indiana university student
from the netherlands. >> she was always smiling and positive. >> and 80 children, infants, children, siblings. the loss beyond profound. >> and now that international team tasked with investigating the crash and recovering the bodies claim they are facing challenges, saying pro russian rebels who control the area are limiting their access to the scene. marcy gonzalez, abc news, new york. >> they confirm one victim was a u.s. citizen. the 19-year-old was born in new york city and had dual citizenship with the netherlands where he lived. his father has an address listed in menlo park, but neighbor had say -- say he hasn't lived there in years. his grandfather was on vacation in the u.s. when he found out about the crash. >> big boy. very lively. you just hope none of the children or the grandchildren go before you.
now it has happened. >> he was traveling to indonesia to see where his grandfather was born before heading to bali for a family vacation. passengerthe passenget plane were dutch. the plane was flying from amsterdam to malaysia. 44 malaysians were on board. a third were airline employees. a large group heading to a conference in australia was on the plane. aid uh sigh tee president -- society president was one of six delegates confirmed killed, but up to 100 more could have been on board. several dozen ucf researchers are attending the conference that starts on sunday. many knew him personally. >> he is somebody that was part of the glue to the larger community and brought people together and brought difficult issues to the table. >> organizers of this sunday's aidswalk plan to honor the researchers killed when that
plane was shot down. we will follow this developing story on air and on-line. our coverage continues on our website, abc7news.com and on twitter at abc7 news bay area. we have developing news now. cal train service on the peninsula has been stopped after a train hit a vehicle that was on the tracks. it happened just before 10:00 p.m. in brisbane near highway 101 and sierra point parkway. nobody was hurt. right now the vehicle is wedged between the north and southbound tracks. service will not run again until the vehicle is removed. bart said it will honor riders cal train tickets. to catch a thief, that's what they are trying to do at one san francisco start up that has been targeted by a boring lar. the company -- by a burglar. they asked for more pictures of a woman that could be behind a series of break ins. sergio has more. >> reporter: we just watched the last lights of the tech firm here go out. you can imagine that all of the employees are gone, but
over the last several weeks a nighttime prow leer has been getting -- prow leer has been getting into this south of market start up and a few others across the city and mayor making off with thousands of dollars of computer equipment. this is video given by build zoom. you can see the burglar calm be walk into the office after hours. she gives the place a quick look just to make sure no one is around. then she snags a bag from under a desk and starts digging through the office and for stuff to snatch. >> they want all apple stuff. they have pc desktops. they left those. if there was an apple product, they grabbed it. >> their office building has been broken into three times in the last several weeks. >> it felt like an inside job where they had the key. the first time they knew the alarm code. >> the upstairs nay -- neighbors had seven laptops stolen. they installed a surveillance camera and this is what they
found. after picking through a few minutes the alarm goes off and the startled burglar high tales out. police didn't offer specifics of the break in and they didn't say if there was any particular targeting of tech firms in the city. they did, however, note a recent increase in commercial burglaries. another start up called demand local was also broken into on beldon place. it is not clear if the same person is responsible for these incidents. but peterson is hoping to catch this burglar. he posted the video on youtube. >> i just thought it might be in the community of my followers. somebody could have an idea who this person was. >> he is offering $1,000 to anyone who can identify her. in san francisco, abc7 news. >> we now know the names of the three bank robbery suspects involved in that deadly shootout with police in stockton. 30-year-old gilbert renteria, junior and alex martinez of stockton were both killed by police. police say both men
were documented norteno gang members with criminal records. the father of one of the men say police acted appropriately when they shot his son during the gunbattle. jaime ramos survived and was arrested. the driver who dropped the other three off before the robbery. the black sedan was found tonight and the car was seen on surveillance video shortly before the robbery on wednesday. misty was used as a shield. her 12-year-old daughter was waiting in the car. >> i wake up and i'm hoping it is a dream and that my mom is going to be there, but she is not. it sucks. >> the family is requesting to see video footage and audio recordings and dispatch logs from the incident to find out who fired the shot that killed her. a memorial fund has been set
up for miss tee's family and nearly $60,000 has been raised on-line. find out more on abc7news.com. police in fremont arrested three people in connection with a stabbing on fremont boulevard. the three are accused in the attack. the victim's ex-boyfriend admitted to police he paid the two to beat her up. police released more information about a woman accused of robbing an 8-year-old girl. 46-year-old ladona christian said she stole from a little girl selling candy. she was caught on surveillance video. christian is booked for and wi assault and willful cruelty to a child. still to come on abc7 news at 11:00, local heros coming to the rescue of a 97-year-old veteran evicted from his retirement home. what they did to help get him off the street. >> and the new automotive feature that gives parents the edge. how it helps you keep the kids
in line on the road. >> i'm spencer christian. we are looking at more moisture coming our way and possibly sprinkles. and what is coming up next on jimmy kimmle. >> thanks. here is some of the magic waiting for you after the news. >> the former ugliest dog in the world, peanut. ♪ you are so beautiful
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as long as two weeks. thousands of israeli troops are looking for secret hamas tunnels in order to stop palestinian militants from launching future attacks on israel. gaza health officials say nearly 300 palestinians have been killed by israeli airstrikes andattacks. attacks. nuclear talks with iran have been extended until november 24th saying the differences are too big to reach a deal by sunday's deadline. the biggest obstacle has been your rain yen enrichment -- uranium enrichment. secretary of state john kerry said the talks so far have lead tos, butl progress, but there is more work to do. in napa, outrage advocates came to the aid of a 97-year-old veteran evicted from his senior home. he is in a new home after temporarily living in a homeless shelter. abc7 news reporter alan wang has this story. >> it is this 97-year-old's
first night in his new senior home after being homeless for the 23*eurs time in his -- first time in his life. >> that's an undignified situation. >> he was in world war ii, korea and vietnam and was evicted from the redwood retirement residence in napa. he claimed he was charged $1500 to clean his room which caused him to miss his rent. he said he was reprimanded for singing too much. >> it is a prohibitive situation. nobody can take that. >> because he liked to entertain the residents they felt he was over doing some of that a little . >> they help elderly find homes. when she found out they rallied around him and helped him find a new place. >> they told him you are out, are you on your own, good luck. >> representatives for the redwood retirement residence were unavailable to speak on
camera. but two employees tell me becausewas evicted his sanitary habits were a health hazard to other residents, so he was given 30 days to leave. now she and other outraged senior advocates plan on taking it up with the greater napa fair housing center. meanwhile farrell will be entertaining a new audience at the pinier's guest house. in napa, alan wang, abc7 news. toyota is coming out for a new tool for parents on the road, a microphone. the newest version of the sienna mini-van comes with something called driver easy speak. it uses a microphone to amplify the driver's voice to those in the backseat. it is per ect fect for parents to get them to pay attention. so when the paisht said you kids better behave or i will turn this van around it will be really loud.
and another bonus, it only works one way so kids can't yell back. and space fans are celebrating a milestone this weekend. >> that's one small step foreman. one giant leap foreman kind. >> sunday marks years 45 years e neil armstrong uttered those iconic words when he and buzz aldrin were the first to step foot on the moon aldrin was also the first ever space selfie. that's buzz aldrin taking a snap shot of himself in 1966. >> a beautiful view. >> what am i going to do during the daytime? look at the camera and hit the button. you -- what for? i don't know. i wonder what i look like. the uss hornet museum in alameda has named -- has nabbed him for anniversary festivities. the aircraft care a yes, sir
re-- carrier recovered them recm from the first splash down. >> it was the first selfie right there. 10 humpback whales were romping through the waves about a quarter mile from moss landing harbor. they were there for several days. beautiful. they were feasting on anchovies, apparently. experts say it is rare they come this close to shore. >> it would be so neat to see. >> i imagine we will have good whale watching weather this weekend. >> and good walking for the aidswalk. >> lovely weather. let's start with live doppler 7hd. current conditions and mainly clear skies and starting to push locally inland a little bit. speaking ofver inland, over the sierra we have thunderstorms rumbling even at this hour and well after sun down which is unusual. flash flood watch remains in effect for the central sierra until 9:00 tomorrow night. back to the bay area, live view from the rooftop camera, under polk skies right now. san francisco's temperature is about 61 degrees and 62 degrees. oakland 63. low to mid60s at san carlos
and san jose and gilroy and half moon bay. to another live view from emeryville looking along the bay bridge. 57 in santa rosa and 63 fairfield and 61 at concord and 62 at livermore. the golden gate doesn't look cloudy at all. these are our forecast features and we will see low clouds near the coast and bay. warmer tomorrow than today with a few high clouds around. the humidity rises and we may see a sprinkle or two on sunday. there is another stream of moisture and some subtropical moisture being to move back in our direction. after the humidity dropped a bit today and tomorrow notice the high clouds coming through overnight and tomorrow and giving us hazy sunshine tomorrow, but then the clouds increases and the clouds they cannen on sunday and i is muggier and we may see a sprinkle or two on sunday morning. aidswalk on sunday in golden gate park. after a cloudy morning start it gets sunnier and sunnier and the humidity drops and it
will be a nice mild to warm day. speaking of mild, look for lows in the low 60s. very few locations will see lows dropping into the 50s overnight and then tomorrow a hazy sunshine in the south bay with highs ranging from upper 70s to mid80s. on the peninsula we will see upper 70s to 80 in redwood city and loss altos. mid60s on the coast in oastd half moon bay. downtown san francisco high of 67. north bay highs of 78 in santa rosa to 80 in sonoma and 82 in napa. low to mid70s for the most part on the east bay and the inland east bay will see highs s in the mid80s. here is the accu-weather seven-day forecast. after a little muggy weather on sunday, but still a pleasant day for aidswalk and spectators, we get dry air conditions and lower humidity going into next week. and we will have partly to mostly sunny days. the high temperatures in the a steady, mild to warm range and a bit warmer toward the end of the week as the inland highs will climb into the low 90s. >> thank you, spencer.
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left. machado thought he would get the last laugh. it gives the o's a 4-2 lead. it stayed that way until the bottom of the 9th with two on. josh donaldson sends the first pitch he sees high and deep over the left center field wall. a walkoff three-run homer for the allstar third base man. they celebrate with some pie and gatorade to wash it down. before the allstar break madison bumgarner got the win against arizona. matt bum allowed 7 innings. brandon crawford with the blast to right and makes it 2-0. buster posey went 3 for 4 in the third and the single up the mi will bring home hunter pens. san francisco breaks it open with a five-run fifth. fab blow san do -- pablo san do value. the giants hook the marlins 9-1 and have regained first